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Patience - and success - pay off

DeNormandie gets ahead on soccer field

Sam DeNormandie celebrates a goal for UMass, where he is “a big presence when he’s on the field,’’ says coach Sam Koch. Sam DeNormandie celebrates a goal for UMass, where he is “a big presence when he’s on the field,’’ says coach Sam Koch. (Thom Kendall)
By Marvin Pave
Globe Correspondent / September 6, 2009

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Sam DeNormandie keeps it simple: he shoots and he scores. And thanks to his nose for the net, the former Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High standout is earning a shot at more playing time on the men’s soccer team at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. (Full article: 875 words)

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